Re: UNID geosynch (?)

From: Kevin Fetter (kevin_fetter@hotmail.com)
Date: Sun Dec 29 2002 - 08:07:49 EST

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    Don't know if these are what you spotted, but they were in the area
    
    EKRAN 17
    1 18715U 87109A   02361.17618692 -.00000068  00000-0  10000-3 0  9134
    2 18715   9.7103  45.2636 0043900  22.7053 337.4704  0.95882986 38616
    RADUGA 28 rocket
    1 21824U 91087D   02360.24607668 -.00000017  00000-0  10000-3 0   378
    2 21824   6.9277  61.4154 0018805 211.0450 148.7612  0.98019553 39467
    
    Superbird latest orbital data
    
    SUPERBIRD A
    1 20040U 89041A   02362.26249837  .00000111  00000-0  10000-3 0  3926
    2 20040   8.6030  48.0393 0005560 159.1092 200.8670  0.99744802 48968
    
    Ekran 17 is a possible close match, at the time of 3:52 it was at around
    
    00 h 18 m R.A
    10 deg 36 min Dec
    
    What do you think, I don't have a clue what I am doing right mike:)
    
    Used guide 8 for ID, I love plotting all 800+ objects, then watching them 
    move. I used it alot of the time, for getting the ID of UNID's.
    
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